Back in December 2018, Limited Run Games announced it would have to put over 10 PlayStation Vita releases it had planned on hold, due to the company not having enough physical cartridges to make the games happen. Now, Josh Fairhurst, the company’s owner, has revealed on Twitter that the company has managed to get enough cartridges to make most of the projects happen. This means that there will end up being 100 Limited Run Games PlayStation Vita releases and some games will have a higher print run.
Fairhurst’s update began with the tweet below.
Good news – we managed to get enough Vita carts allocated to bring back most of the projects we put on hold! Unfortunately, there are still some killer titles which didn’t happen because of contracts taking too long. That’s a story for another time.
— Josh Fairhurst (@LimitedRunJosh) January 27, 2019
One of the games that will have a higher print run in particular is Super Meat Boy. In the chain of tweets, Fairhurst revealed that before getting more PlayStation Vita cartridges, there were going to only be 2,000 made and sold on Limited Run Games. He also confirmed that physical copies of The House in Fata Morgana is still coming to the platform. Unfortunately, he said that Night Cry, which will make its debut on January 31, 2019, is is not an option as a possible upcoming Limited Run games title, due to the product submission cutoff having been back in June 2018.
Fairhurst noted that Limited Run Games will be ordering “about 25 games simultaneously in the next two weeks to hit the final order deadline.” He also estimated that the games being ordered could end up being released “in August or September.”
Finally, Fairhurst confirmed Limited Run Games will have an E3 2019 show.